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Quotes of the week

Issue No. 2279

‘She has picked up her voicemails, Bob, she is alive’
The mother of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler Sally Dowler after the News of the World hacked Milly’s phone and deleted voicemails

‘No law is set in stone forever’
Tory Francis Maude threatens harsher anti-union laws

‘This is undermining the credibility of our markets-based system’
Business secretary Vince Cable’s main objection to bosses’ salaries soaring

‘Trust in business has clearly eroded. It’s very dangerous if a country doesn’t trust the private sector’
GlaxoSmithKline boss Andrew Witty

‘Big business is not bad should be valued, not vlified’
Head of the bosses’ CBI Roger Carr desperately tries to defend the bosses

‘A remarkably successful adventure’
Tory Lord Heseltine on the European Union

‘Lord Heseltine can do the nation a great service by keeping his ludicrous opinions to himself’
The Daily Express responds

‘There was a suggestion we should start selling blond Boris wigs but it was felt that would be taking things a step too far’
A ‘Back Boris 2012’ official on the Tory campaign for London mayor

‘A pointless, quite spoilt, really stupid, vacuous, empty human being’
Millionnaire heiress Tamara Ecclestone on the image she’s trying to get away from

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Tue 22 Nov 2011, 18:25 GMT
Issue No. 2279
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